Choi Tae Joon was alone at home taking care of his son for Park Shin Hye to reunite with Park Hyung Sik on the set.
Choi Tae Joon stayed at home taking care of his son while Park Shin Hye reunited with Park Hyung Sik on the set of their new drama. Recently, behind-the-scenes images of Park Shin Hye on the Doctor Slump set have been widely shared by audiences. At the age of 33, as a mother of one, she still portrays a high school student exceptionally well. Although her looks are not too youthful, they are enough to make the audience not feel uncomfortable with this appearance.
To allow Park Shin Hye to have time to participate in the new drama, her husband tried hard to take care of their son at home. Many people also gave lots of compliments to the couple, Park Shin Hye and Choi Tae Joon, for their harmony in married life.
Besides Park Shin Hye, her co-star in the drama, Park Hyung Sik, also plays a high school student character that suits him well. In the behind-the-scenes photos taken by passers-by, the Park-Park duo appeared together in high school uniforms. Both of them look very youthful as if they were “forgotten by time.” It is known that these are short scenes from the past of the main couple when they were still students and always competing with each other for academic achievements.
As Park Hyung Sik is only one year younger than Park Shin Hye, he looks quite compatible next to his senior. Even though it is only behind-the-scenes, the audience is eagerly looking forward to the collaboration of this sister-brother duo. In the drama, they play a couple of doctors of the same age who were once classmates. By chance, at the same time, they both faced a crisis and decided to quit their jobs. They meet again while living in the same attic of a building, where the journey of healing, falling in love, and romance begins.
In addition to Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik, Doctor Slump also features the appearance of Yoon Park, Kong Seong Ha, and more, written by screenwriter Baek Seon Woo and directed by Oh Hyun Jong. The drama is expected to air in October 2023 on JTBC and Netflix!